STEM PRECISION MACHINING TECHNOLOGY I Course No. 8539
STEM PRECISION MACHINING TECHNOLOGY II Course No. 8540
Offered at Advanced Career Education (ACE) Center at Hermitage
2 years – 6 high school credits
State Course Title: Precision Machining Technology
STEM Precision Machining Technology introduces the student to the world of machining technology. Students learn how to properly layout and produce projects through a combination of lecture and hands on instruction. The safe use and operation of the drill press, lathe, and milling machines is emphasized during the first year.
In the second year class, the student continues to develop the fundamentals of machining skills learned during the first year and is introduced to more advanced machinery skills and the basics of CNC or computer numerical control. With approval and recommendation of the teacher, students may spend time in actual work experiences in a machining company during the second semester.
Check out this 360 degree video showing students using a couple of the machines in the Precision Machining Technology program at the ACE Center @ Hermitage. Click here to watch. (best viewed on your smartphone)
Students have the opportunity to become certified in the following field(s)
- Measurement, Materials and Safety
- Workplace Readiness
For questions please contact the Pre-Engineering and Industrial Careers, Agricultural Education, and JROTC Specialist at their page.
Please see your counselor or instructor if you have questions. Click here for more information on this program.